November 26th, 2014

Netsec Podcast

Go check out the Network Security Podcast — MRL’s Zach Lanier aka Quine has been doing some extended guest appearances on the the show recently. The NetSec podcast is a good podcast I’ve been listening to recently that covers general network security and the relevant current news with insight from some industry veterans. Zach’s been in a couple different episodes as well as helping to cover defcon and blackhat including different interviews with the presenters.

Zach’s also been busy working on the new site that will have other information regarding the MRLB hacker space as it continues to be developed (more on this to follow). Zach’s posted a few times on this blog, and maybe when he’s not doing other security twit wrangling he’ll have some more time to post, :).

MRLB 082709 — Burp suite presentation

Here’s some information on our next MRL Boston meeting coming up this Thursday.

From the meeting announcement:

Start: 2009/08/27 18:30
End: 2009/08/27 20:30
Timezone: America/New York

For our meeting for Thursday, August 27, we’ll *finally* be given the
long-awaited “Burp Suite” presentation by our very own Craig Ingram
(cji). For those of you not familiar with Burp Suite [1], it’s a web
application attack/testing tool consisting of a proxy, spider,
fuzzer/brute forcer, session token analyzer, and more.

Craig will discuss Burp in a bit more detail, give us some tips and
tricks he’s picked up, and demonstrate Burp’s use against a sample web

Hope to see you there!

[1] –

Open Security Foundation Mangle-A-Thon

Midnight Research Labs Boston will be hosting the Open Security Foundation’s inaugural “Mangle-A-Thon” on September 19, 2009. This free event, broken up into two to three sessions, is a great opportunity to learn about and contribute to the Open Source Vulnerability Database (OSVDB), the DataLossDB, and more. As an added bonus, the OSF will be providing food and drinks.

Seats are limited, so register now!

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After a hardware failure on our primary server the day after our secondary went away, we’re finally back! I’m hoping that’s the last of the fail for a while, :). We’ll still have a couple of infrastructure changes over the next couple weeks, but hopefully the website should be stable. Lots of things have been going on in the last month or so, and other new things should start to trickle out over the next few weeks. We’re starting to schedule events at our fledgling hacker space near Boston, and we also have a couple new tools we hope to release in the near future. Stay tuned and keep hacking.

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